Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek

Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek

Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek

It was a colossal temple dedicated to the cult of Zeus, located in Heliopolis of Roman Phoenicia (Baalbeck of modern Lebanon). The columns were 30 meters high with a diameter of nearly 2.5 meters, the biggest in the classical world. The Baalbek temple complex. UNESCO World Heritage site. Heliopolis, Baalbek, Beqaa Valley, Lebanon. File:Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek.jpg by Vyacheslav Argenberg at http://www.vascoplanet.com/ and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.

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